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Mizzou Hillel Unites Jewish Students

Mizzou Hillel is a community. It’s a community that serves together, works together, travels together, and celebrates what it means to be Jewish together. It’s a community that finds the balance in being distinctively Jewish, but also universally human. And like all Hillel International organizations across the world, Mizzou Hillel provides a space not only to meet…

By Anthony Martinez

Student-produced Film Explores Students’ Experiences at Missouri School of Journalism

If you are interested in studying at one of the world’s top journalism schools, this video is for you. It is an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at the only university-owned commercial television station in the United States and just so happens to be part of our Missouri School of Journalism. KOMU TV began airing in 1953 after…

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Mizzou Celebrates 175th Birthday

The following article offers a compelling look at the history of the University of Missouri over the past 175 years. To read the article in its entirety please visit missouri.edu. Our Founding The University of Missouri owes its existence to 900 citizens of Boone County who, in 1839, pledged $117,921 in cash and land to win…

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#CoMoSnow Takes Over Mizzou Campus

On Wednesday and Tuesday, Mizzou students were treated to a rare(but completely welcomed) occurrence: two full snowdays! #CoMoSnow took over Twitter with students and locals posting their fun snow day pictures. Our new and already popular University Chancellor, R. Bowen Loftin, who’s known for his signature bow tie, even got in on the action by…